You will visit the beautiful, small island of Biševo. This small island hides the most interesting natural phenomenon in the Adriatic Sea, the so-called Blue Cave, a waterlogged sea cave located in a small bay called Balun (Ball in the local dialect). The cave was formed by the wave action of the sea, as sea water eroded the limestone rock of which the whole island of Biševo is composed. The cave itself is 24 meters long, 10–12 metres deep and up to 15 metres high, while the entrance to it measures 1.5 metres high and 2.5 metres wide.
After visiting the Blue Cave, we cruise towards the bay of Stiniva. Stiniva is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque beaches on the Vis island and in Croatia. This tiny shingle beach, situated at southern shores of the island is framed by the iconic tall cliffs cut deep into the narrow bay. This unspoiled south coast of the island is opened to high seas where erosion formed this beautiful landscape. Since the 1960s the whole Stiniva bay is a protected significant landscape with the intention to preserve its original look and feel.
Then, along the southern part of the island of Vis you will stop in the blue lagoon of the island of Budikovac for snorkelling. From the island of Budikovac, you will move to the Pakleni islands. Pakleni islands would literally be translated as Hell Islands. It often amuses, and sometimes even worries people when they hear the translation. But the explanation is very simple and benign. It derives originally from an archaic word paklina. The meaning of that word is tar, and it refers to the pine resin once used to coat ships.
Paklenjaci are a gorgeous chain of 21 wooded islets with a crystal clear water, hidden beaches & lush tropical gardens. The main island of Sveti Klement is also called the Big Island. It has 3 settlements among which is Palmižana – the most popular touristic marina resort.
Our last destination is the famous town Hvar on the island Hvar, one of the most beautiful ports in the world. It is also known as the sunniest island in Croatia.
Meeting points: Okrug Gornji, Trogir, Kaštel Lukšić, Split
Departure time: please arrive by 6:50 AM for a prompt departure at 7:00 AM. It may vary off-season.
Return time: approximately 6:00 PM. It may vary off-season
Schedule: from May to October
7.00 AM – 9.00 AM: Transportation; We will depart from Trogir with the speedboat early in the morning. Our first destination is the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo.
9.00 AM – 11.00 AM: Blue Cave, the island of Biševo; at the time of our arrival, the sun is on the perfect angle, and the sunlight is reflecting inside the Blue Cave.
11.00 AM – 13.00 AM: The island of Vis; from the island of Biševo, we are heading towards the Vis island where You can relax yourself in the Stiniva bay surrounded by small cliffs. The landing to the island of Budikovac, the blue lagoon of Vis. Take a swim, or just enjoy the sun, it’s up to You.
13.00 PM – 15.00 PM: Palmižana bay, Pakleni islands; this gorgeous archipelago is situated just next to Hvar, and You will have some free time for swimming in the Palmižana bay.
15.00 PM – 16.00 PM: Hvar; have a drink on the sunniest island in Croatia,the island of Hvar with beautiful promenade and enjoy the view on the luxury yachts.
16.00 PM – 18.00 PM: Return
- Explore the best of the Middle-Dalmatia islands on a full-day speedboat tour
- Visit the magnificent natural phenomenon of the Blue Cave on Biševo island
- Visit the small fishermen town of Komiža
- Cruise to beautiful beaches on the southeast coast of Vis
- Snorkel in the crystal-clear waters of the blue lagoon of Budikovac Island
- Enjoy a pleasant walk in the sunniest town of Croatia, the town of Hvar
- English speaking skipper and sailor
- Speed boat ride
- Snorkelling equipment
- Entrance ticket to the Blue Cave
- Bottle of water
- Bring bathing suits, towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera
- Bring spare clothes, a sweater for early morning or evening
- Please note that due to the crowd in the heart of the season or changing weather conditions there is a possibility of changing the departure time (earlier/later) from the harbour or changing the itinerary if it’s necessary in agreement with the skipper on board.
- Our boat tours are at the mercy of the weather. Although we check weather forecast on daily basis, it is still not 100% reliable.